>>84471151>even cheap close by when other anons found them for him
What the fuck are you talking about>commie block
nope lmao >>84471117
Certainly living like so, but not really>>84471209>>84471257
Yea my setup is starting to get little old, I got a pair of 1080p Samsungs in 2017 for 400€ and they're what I still daily.
I use the CRTs exclusively for games and I will not ever buy gaming LCDs thanks to them. I am looking for new daily drivers though, not only are these basic but they've developed a bunch of issues over the years. >>84471307
RX 480 and Ryzen 1600>>84471285>>84471295
It only has one major flaw, ghosting. I knew it was fixable when I bought it, and it indeed was a rather basic thing to fix, though getting the fix to stick (issue comes back in a ~month) is stiill work in progress. I believe I've already found a permanent fix, waiting for it to redevelop the issue so I can confirm my theories.
The rest of it's "issues" are just basic calibration drifting, nothing you wouldn't expect from a 19 year old CRT. Sonys overengineering just makes them more work to fix.